Jacqueline Jossa revealed her exit from EastEnders did not feel like a “forever farewell,” and she intended to return in the next five years. Jacqueline Jossa has confirmed that she’ll be returning to EastEnders as Lauren Branning in the next five years. I’m a Celeb winner, she started her career on the BBC, and viewers have been begging her to return after she left in 2018 after eight years as Lauren. She’s revealed that she loved her colleagues at the show and that she never felt like she’d left for good.
The 27-year-old mom-of-two has been lockdown with husband Dan Osborne and the daughters, Ella, five, and Mia, two. She said to MailOnline, “I absolutely love EastEnders, I love people, I love production, and I absolutely love Lauren Branning with all my heart.”It doesn’t feel like it was goodbye forever, definitely not, anyway, not from my end. I’d love to go back there someday.
“One day, I could hobble back in with my walking stick.” When asked if her return could be less than five years from now, she responded, “I guess it sounds better than going back tomorrow, yes.” She joked it Lauren should hobble in on a walking stick, relating to her fall from the roof of Queen Vic in 2017. Lauren left Walford to New Zealand with her husband Peter Beale and son Louis.
Peter is back on the soap after coming back in December last year, leading to much speculation that Lauren wouldn’t be far behind. Jacqueline recently proved to be a woman of many talents as she sang her heart out to Instagram’s Disney classics.
She shocked viewers with her incredible singing voice as she belted out Pocahantas songs after watching with her daughters. The mother then admitted that she was on the “Disney rampage” as she started to sing The Little Mermaid’s Part Of The World. “She has a dramatic mum,” she joked